Prince Harry’s memoir hit by flaw in ‘pre-publication strategy’

Prince Harry’s memoir hit by flaw in ‘pre-publication strategy’

Prince Harry’s memoir will be published alongside a host of other books about the royal family.

Royal expert Celia Walden said The Telegraph that publisher Penguin Random House, following a pre-publication campaign “strategy”, did not reveal a release date for Harry’s memoir.

However, Walden said, “There is a problem with this strategy” while pointing out the many other books to come.

“The tone was set by Tom Bower, the author of last month’s title Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors,” Walden said.

“In November comes a double whammy from two well-known royal experts,” she said.

Katie Nicholl will also unveil a “firm forensic examination” in her book, The New Royals while Angela Levin’s biography of Harry’s stepmother Camilla Parker Bowles will also be released this year.

“Again, both should include versions of Megxit,” Walden noted.

“It’s enough to make me feel a pang of pity for the prince,” Walden said. “Imagine ‘your truth’ being drowned out by a bunch of other people, all telling different versions of that truth, all collectively causing Harry Fatigue?”


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